I am a wildlife and natural history cameraman based in the UK.
I work with long lens, drone, macro, gimbal and camera trap cinematography to create character led blue chip sequences.
My interest in using technology to tell new and exciting behavioural stories has resulted in me using FPV drones for the first time on the BBC Watches. I am used to custom made equipment and have filmed hedgehogs and beavers with a bespoke 4k camera trap. I have also filmed world first's; a caddisfly larvae species (Hydropsychidae) underwater net building in close detail, lacewings pupating, and dark bush crickets laying eggs.
After completing my PhD in Earth Sciences in 2020 I worked for the University of Oxford's Zoology Department. My work reflects my love for the characters in science, wildlife, and the natural world.